We are working with a fantastic college in the East London/Essex area who are looking for a part time Electrical Installation lecturer for 3 days a week. Starting on the 6th January 2019, the successful candidate will be working on Tuesdays from 9am- 9pm Wednesdays from 9am-9pm Thursdays from 9am-4pm. You will required to deliver Electrical Installation at Level 1, 2 and 3 theory. We will adapt timetable to suit whoever is the best applicant by changing timetables with full time staff. This college is looking to interview immediately and are offering an hourly rate of between £21.16-£29.49 per hour plus holiday pay.
- Teaching on an electrical installation course at levels 1, 2 and 3 theory
The person & qualifications
- Must have a teaching qualification
- Must have a DBS on the update service or applied for
- Minimum related qualification at level 3
- Must have previous experience delivering on an electrical installation programme delivering levels 1 – 3 theory
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The legal bit
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